Did you physically uninstall the GTX 670 and use the Intel HD Graphics 4000 iGPU only to rule out a problem with the discrete graphics card?
No I didnt remove the card, I installed MVP and just plugged the cable into on board gfx card. Image still f**ked up. Its horizontal blur. Refresh rate and res are ok.
Dunno maybe the driver is not supporting my panel?? Is this possible?
Or should I RMA the card...
The display driver will try to set default settings based on the information sent from the display panel's EDID (i.e. Extended Display Identification Data) EEPROM chip to the graphics card. If the display doesn't provide the correct EDID info then your display panel will not be set to display an optimum image.
If the display doesn't provide the correct EDID info then your display panel will not be set to display an optimum image.
So this will cause blurry deformed image even at right settings?
EDIT: I have seen this blur before when I had ATI card with opensource driver on Ubuntu 10.04
It can, if the display panel doesn't send the correct display timings and voltage polarities to the graphics card then the wrong values will be used to generate the video signal that will be used by the display panel resulting in a screwy image or in some cases no image.
nv_disp.inf is located in C:\NVIDIA\DisplayDriver\306.23\Win8_WinVista_Win7_64\English\Display.Driver\
The appearance of the installer has changed so after clicking "agree" cancel the installer.
Now every thing works!!!!!!!!!!!!!1111oneone eleven
Note, don't buy a 600 series gfx card if you are a designer, poor performance for double cash (stupid to hope that nvidia will release better soft to increase the performance, cuda support is broken, JUST DON'T BUY IT). If you are just a gamer then buy a 690.